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Supporters Council Elections

STOKE CITY'S Supporters Council are continuing their process of seeking nominations for five Specialist Seats . . . after welcoming four new members on board.

Supporters from specified sections of the supporter base or Britannia Stadium are being urged to stand in the latest round of elections for the representative body.

This follows the announcement that four fans - Robert Doe, Tracey Van De Laarschot, Terry Crowe and Gareth Ekin - were all elected unopposed to the General Seats whilst .

The Supporters Council, which met again before the Norwich City match, has already had a considerable impact in the short time it has been in existence, thus providing supporters with a platform on which they can raise issues with senior representatives of the Club.

The process of seeking applications for five specialist seats commenced on Monday 13th May and will run until Monday 10th June.

Season Ticket holders/Members in the following particular sections can stand in those categories.

The Specialist Seats are:
- Registered Disabled Supporter
- Under-18 Season Ticket holder in the Family Stand
- Corporate Member
- Season Ticket holder in the Q-railing Upper Stand

As in the case of the poll for the General Seats, anyone standing for a Specialist Seat must submit an election statement of no more than 250 words.

The deadline for the Specialist Seat applications will be 12 midday on Monday 10th June after which there will be a two-week voting period thereafter.

Those fans putting themselves forward for the elections can submit their statements of no more than 250 words to [email protected] or they can do so by delivering it to the Britannia Stadium clearly marked Supporters Council elections.

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